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Listen: Bristol Unpacked with Neil Maggs

Listen: Bristol Unpacked with David Goldblatt, on how sport can help save us from climate change

Local football clubs are gonna need gondolas to get supporters to flooded pitches and sports fans are untapped climate change champions, says the leading voice on sport and society.

Bristol West: What you need to know for the 2019 General Election

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Local Tory MP takes donation from private jet mogul

The donation comes as the aviation industry is likely to come under scrutiny during the general election for its impact on the climate crisis.

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Getting arrested in the name of the planet

Fight For Fair Air

Controversial gas power station refused at development committee

George Monbiot: ‘Bristol airport expansion is like a gun pointing at the heart of the planet’

Bristol is not doing enough after declaring climate emergency, says environmental journalist.

Opinion: People of colour need to be included in Bristol’s environmental movement

Jasmine Ketibuah-Foley argues that it’s not that Black people aren’t green – it’s that the green movement is too white.

Bristol Airport: young activists target investors

Climate activists target Bristol Airport owner in latest wave of Extinction Rebellion action.

Bristolians are blocking Oxford Circus

Around 400 people from Bristol are protesting in London and part of Extinction Rebellion.

Young climate activist: why I'm striking

Students across Bristol and the UK take to the streets again to protest the government’s lack of action over climate change. Student and environmental activist Katie is organising Bristol’s second strike.

Bristol pupils strike to demand politicians act on climate crisis

Hundreds turned up to demand the government declares a climate emergency.

Saxon Road Gets Organised

The Cable speaks to Saxon Road Green Space about their campaign against the proposed power station and the fight for community-focused development.

Thousands march for climate action. But what next?

Bristolians march in solidarity with thousands across the world. World leaders talk.

Destination climate disaster ... Via Bilbao

Mapping Bristol’s growing air traffic carbon footprint

Communicating climate change uncertainty

How can scientific study be told as a compelling human story?

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